http://www.profootballtalk.com/category/rumor-mill/ In a Thursday interview with ESPN 1530 in Austin, Texans linebacker Brian Cushing said that hell take action toward NFLDraftBible.com for its erroneous report that Cushing tested positive at the Scouting Combine for steroids. That action could include a letter from a lawyer demanding a settlement, and it could include a lawsuit. Cushing explained that, with the draft over, the next step will be to address the April 2 report from NFLDraftBible.com. Im pretty tired of everything happening with all these supposed rumors [and] people trying to tarnish my reputation, Cushing said. Im not sure what happened. Im dont know if its my playing attitude [or] people just dont like how I handle myself. But you know thats too bad for them. On April 3, we reported on the existence of the report, with multiple disclaimers that we were taking no position as to the accuracy of the NFLDraftBible.com allegations. In our view, the existence of the report was newsworthy and we then embarked on an effort (thanks to the efforts of our in-house journalist Aaron Wilson) to get to the truth. CAA sent to us that same day a statement from Cushings agent, Tom Condon, regarding the situation. There is no truth to the vicious and false rumor regarding Brian Cushings drug test at the Combine, Condon said. Brian, in fact, has been informed by league representatives that his test result was negative for any banned substances. Furthermore, neither the League office nor Brians representatives have been contacted regarding a positive test. After the official list of positive results came out in the days preceding the draft, NFLDraftBible.com retracted its report, and apologized. So we hope youll all tune in next year to track the various prospects at NFLDraftBible.com, brought to you by Brian Cushing. And Clay Matthews. And Vontae Davis. And B.J. Raji.